Here is our home learning for week 7. You will see our maths tasks as usual, an RE suggestion and a great music lesson from the Oak Academy. Year 5, you all have log ins now for "Word Shark", so use that to play games and practise spellings. For English and science, please carry on with your project America and research about American scientists and their work. You could focus on proof-reading, editing and evaluation if you have already completed most of your research.
I'm really looking forward to seeing the projects you have created.
Maths (Remember to check the class page for your group)
Year 5 Comprehension from Mrs Taylor
This week's lesson from the Oak Academy is about emotion in music and how musicians describe this as "colour". There is some beautiful music to listen to and you'll get the chance to learn a new song, too. Here is the link:
This week I am asking the whole school to have a think about how we have learned to put our school values into practice during the school year. This might be in the classroom, on the playground or while you have been learning at home.
Remember, the four values are: GROW, ACHIEVE, CARE, COLLABORATE
Try to think of a story that matches one of the values. It could be a Bible story, a faith story from any religion or maybe a picture book or traditional tale that you know well.
Talk about the story and how it shows a school value, with your family. Then you could write about your ideas, draw a picture, make a poster or a model or even make a movie.
Year 6 also have a “Moving On” activity from the diocese.
As we were not able to visit the cathedral as planned for the Leavers’ Service, Chester Diocese have produced a video (link below) and activity especially for Year 6. The activity sheets are being posted to school and will be available to collect next week, details to follow.